It's horrible; I jest, I like it. Very singable and catchy.
Nice song, Gary! Very easy to pick up for the congregation, and it's one I think we could use throughout the year, even Christmas (Emmanuel). Thanks for sharing it!Barry
Great work, Gary! I listened to it twice about 30 minutes ago and it's still running through my head. Very singable for the congregation. I like how you move from images of radiance & heaven to US gathered. I like that you bring the 'radiance' image back in the bridge. And like Bkwestman I was struck by the possibility of using this during Advent; I heard the song completely differently through that filter, and it still works.In FACT, I may plan on using it this December. We are immersing the whole season in the theme of light. Hmmmm....Again, great work and thanks for sharing!
Nice song! I agree that bringing back the radiance image in the bridge is strong. Thanks for sharing.
Great song! Nice work!
Sound good man! Good congregational catchy-ness, nice melody. I agree with the use during the Advent season, may be even something during a candle-lighting. Personally I would like to hear a high electric guitar work through it, but that's just me. Love the song though, God's definately given you a gift.
Ditto what Kim said! BRILLIANT!!!
Hey, GaryReally nice song. I also thought it was really easy to catch on to and the words are great. Thanks!
nicely done... I think you heard Him clearly.
Great song from great artist. May God continue his great work through you.
thanks for all feedback, everybody. I appreciate the comments. excited about recording this one.
Really wonderful song, Gary. I also like the aspect of going to heaven, then brining heaven to earth. 'Glory to God' isn't just an ethereal idea, but the incredible reality of our lives, and the purpose we live for. Good job!
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